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TB-500 2mg (THYMOSIN BETA 4) 


Supplied for Research Purposes Only

This information and product is provided for research purposes only. We do not provide any advice on the usage of these products as UK Law prevents this. Customers should check the legality of this product in their own country prior to purchase.

Benefits and uses:

Improved Recovery

Reduced inflammation

Helps with slow healing injuries to tendons and ligaments, which are examples of connective tissue,

Boosts Muscle injury recovery

Encourages skin damage to heal


5mg - 20mg per week (divided over 2 doses)

What is TB-500 Peptide (Thymosin Beta 4)?

The naturally occurring and healing protein known as Thymosin Beta 4 can be found in almost all mammalian and human cells. TB-500 is a synthetic peptide version of Thymosin Beta 4. (TB4). The TB 500 supplement has been shown to have a positive impact on wound healing, injury recovery, flexibility, and inflammation, according to research. These desirable effects are achieved as a result of the influence that TB 500 has on the development of blood cells and blood vessels, as well as cellular differentiation and cell migration. The peptide's ability to regulate actin, a cell-building protein that is essential to the healing and repair of wounds, is a significant contributor to the healing capacity of the substance.

TB-500 Dosage

TB500 is distributed in the form of a freeze-dried powder (also known as lyophilized). When it comes to reconstituting thymosin peptides, research has shown that the best results can be obtained by using bacteriostatic sodium chloride at a concentration of 0.9 percent. Dosages of TB 500 can range anywhere from 5 mg to 20 mg on a weekly basis. In most cases, the treatment consists of two to three injections given once every seven days. After a certain amount of the peptide has been accumulated in the body, the standard practise is to reduce the weekly dosage slightly to a maintenance dosage that is approximately half or less of the initial weekly dose. Once a week is all that is required for the administration of the maintenance dosage.

TB 500 should be kept at room temperature and in an environment with low humidity. It is important that the vial be kept in a dark place. It is possible to keep an opened vial in the refrigerator for up to eight days.

What can TB-500 do?

Research on TB 500 demonstrates multiple properties, which have served as the impetus for a global series of clinical trials of the potential efficacy of thymosin beta-4 in promoting repair of wounds in the skin, cornea, and heart. The thymus gland is responsible for producing thymosin beta 4, which can be found in high concentrations in the fluids surrounding wounds. As a consequence of this, it has been observed to promote the healing of damaged tissue found within the body.

The naturally occurring peptide known as TB-500 can be found in high concentrations in a variety of tissues and fluids, including blood platelets and wound fluid. Peptides TB-500 are not growth factors; rather, they are major actin regulating protein peptides. These are used for research. It has been discovered that TB 500 plays a significant part in the process of protecting, regenerating, and remodelling injured or otherwise damaged tissues. It has also been discovered that the gene for thymosin beta-4 is one of the first genes to be activated in response to an incident of injury.

Thymosin Beta 4 is a naturally occurring peptide that promotes wound healing and can be found in almost all cells of the human and animal body. TB 500 is a synthetically produced version of TB4 that promotes healing and recovery. It does this by assisting in the formation of new blood vessels, muscle tissue fibres, blood cells, and blood cells, as well as by facilitating cell migration. TB 500 provides extremely alluring wound healing effects, making it an appealing option for individuals who are overworked or injured.

What is the function of the TB 500?

Through its effects on actin, TB 500 is able to facilitate the healing process. Through the process of up-regulating this cellular protein, TB 500 is able to take advantage of the beneficial effects that actin has. One of these is the encouragement of the migration and proliferation of cells. As a direct consequence of this, the formation of new blood vessels and the regulation of inflammation contribute to improved rates of healing and recovery. In addition, because of its singular molecular structure, TB 500 is capable of traversing extensive distances within the body. Because of this, it is able to have a "systemic" effect, which allows it to seek out and treat injured parts of the body wherever they may be located. The administration of TB 500 may have additional beneficial effects, including a reduction in inflammation and an increase in flexibility. There have even been reports of the hair regrowing and becoming darker after it has been lost.

What Kind of Negative Effects Does TB 500 Have?

Utilization of Tb500 is associated with a plethora of beneficial effects, some of the most notable of which are enhanced recovery, decreased inflammation, and improved flexibility. The peptide is very helpful in speeding up the recovery process after injuries that take a long time to mend, such as those to connective tissue (including tendons and ligaments). A significant amount of relief is also provided for injuries to the skin and muscles. It appears that TB 500 causes very few, if any, serious adverse side effects, according to the reports that users and researchers from around the world have submitted.

After being injected, the majority of peptides can cause a feeling that is similar to that of dizziness or nausea. Also, flu-like symptoms are prevalent among many other peptides as well. On the other hand, it has been reported that the risk of experiencing any of these undesirable effects as a result of taking TB500 is extremely remote, if it even occurs at all. It would appear that TB 500 is a peptide that is very well tolerated by its users.

The information that is provided on this website is not meant to serve as a substitute for the advice that is provided by your own personal physician, nor is it meant to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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